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Obama Stresses Need For Israeli-Palestinian Dialogue

President Obama addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York Wednesday, speaking about the expected Palestinian bid for recognition by the U.N. The president said that peace between Israelis and Palestinians will not come through statements and resolutions at the U.N.
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So What Is The Salt?

The Salt is a blog is about what we eat and why we eat it. It's about how food opens doors for discussion all over the world, and how it shapes the world, from culture, to science, to history, to business practices and environmental impacts.
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Obama Tells Biden To 'Just Go Be Joe' On Campaign Trail

The president has "let me loose" to hit the campaign trail, Biden told supporters Tuesday. Meanwhile, a new poll shows a majority of voters believe the president will lose "to any Republican" next year.
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D.C. Council Tax Debate Breeds Tension

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The D.C. Council voted yesterday to raise the income tax for residents making $350,000 or more, but the discussion before the vote was anything but routine.

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Senate Panel To Examine Google's Competitive Streak

Google CEO Eric Schmidt testifies before a Senate subcommittee on Wednesday. The panel is examining whether the Internet giant is stifling competition. The European Commission and the Federal Trade Commission have opened inquiries into Google's business practices.
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As The 'Un-Candidate,' Palin Tests GOP Patience

With time ticking away toward the first Republican primary contests, the pressure is building on Sarah Palin to declare her presidential intentions. Staying outside the official pack of hopefuls gives Palin a certain cachet. But it is also frustrating some party activists.
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The Dozen Richest Men And Women In Congress

Nearly 50 percent of those in Congress are millionaires and may be impacted by President Obama's most recent tax proposal.
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D.C. Raises Taxes On Highest Earners

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The D.C. Council voted Tuesday to raise taxes on residents reporting more than $350,000 a year in income, closing a potential budget gap.

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